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Attractions in the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains

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There are plenty of places to see and visit in the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Serra de Tramuntana Mountains is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions in the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains

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    Camí Vell de Pollença

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    Very nice stretch of road with little traffic. For large groups of bikes, however, not necessarily suitable, because sometimes quite narrow and difficult to see.

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    Kathi
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    In Sóller

    Hiking Highlight

    Sóller is a small, tranquil town in the heart of the Tramuntana Mountains, which received the status of Unesco World Heritage Site in 2011. Sóller has been largely spared the …

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    Cala Deià

    Hiking Highlight

    If you can refrain from bathing in the sea, you should visit the picturesque bay in winter or spring. Out of season, it is absolutely lonely here and you can …

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    Fornalutx

    Hiking Highlight

    The mountain village of Fornalutx is hidden high in the Tramuntana mountains and overlooks the valley of Sóller. Often referred to as the prettiest village in Spain, the place reflects …

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    Am Leuchtturm Cap d'Gros

    Hiking Highlight

    Great view of the harbor of Port de Sóller, the Torre Picada and the Puig de Bàlitx.

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    Talaia d'Alcúdia

    Hiking Highlight

    Accessible via several ways. Coming from the south much nicer, but also exhausting.
    The tin hut is often occupied and serves as a fire watch tower.
    Great views over the …

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    Kai
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    7

    Orient

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    The Bunyola-Orient-Alaro road is listed as a World Heritage Site. For me one of the most beautiful routes in Mallorca. The road surface is unfortunately in very poor condition. The …

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    erni
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    Castell d'Alaró

    Hiking Highlight

    The Castell d'Alaró is not only famous as a historical place, but also as the destination of the most beautiful hiking routes of Majorca. The ascent leads you through easy …

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    Cami de s'Arxiduc

    Hiking Highlight

    The trail is open to the public - to the west of which there is an area where the daily number of hikers is limited. For this area a permit …

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    Kathrin
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    10

    Coll de Sóller

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Like many of the climbs in Mallorca, the Coll de Sóller is in the north of the island. From Sóller it goes steadily over about 7 kilometers at about 6 percent up to 497 meters.

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    Markus
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    Uralte Olivenbäume

    Hiking Highlight

    Which stories can tell? It reminds me of the story of Philemon and Baucis. Even if the two changed to linden and oak. But they entwine like the wonderful old olive trees.

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    Embassament de Cúber

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    A round around the lake. Also for hikers a nice experience

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    Sa Calobra

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    The climb from the village of Sa Calobra to the Coll dels Reis is one of the main reasons that cyclists come to Mallorca. With an average gradient of seven …

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    Bunyola

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Bunyola is a typical, lively Mallorcan village. There is always something going on, you are never alone. If you enjoy your coffee in one of the bars around the small …

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    Pollença

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Pollenca is a picturesque town with a beautiful Mediterranean feel to it. Its compact size means you can explore the whole town in a matter of hours, and the road …

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    If you stay in Luc, you can use the early morning hours to see the monastery grounds. Avoid weekends.

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    Puig Major

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    The Puig Major is at 1443 m the highest mountain in Mallorca. Unfortunately, you can not reach the summit as the Millitary Road is closed. Nevertheless, it is the highest …

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    Markus
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    18

    Galilea climb and descend

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    The ascent and descent to Galilea are rather poor in traffic.

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    Andreas
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    Coll des Vent

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The driveway to the Coll des Vent, or Coll Sa Creu, as it is sometimes called, was tarred a few years ago and has been a real pleasure ever since. …

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    Kathi
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    Campanet

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Nice village with some fantastic coffee shops. Great for getting some energy amd keep on going.

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    Marcos

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